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    Re: Keeping Dogs off Propery (yes it is the offseason)

    Quote Originally Posted by CycloneErik View Post
    Propery.....

    Or it could be a very formal religious sort of thing.
    With such an egregious spelling error it's no wonder the dogs don't respect him enough to stay off his lawn.



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    Re: Keeping Dogs off Property (yes it is the offseason)

    There's a spray (or powder, can't remember) you can buy that's supposed to 'discourage' dogs from entering an area. We tried it with our dog and our garden. It didn't work in our case but might be worth a shot.



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    Re: Keeping Dogs off Property (yes it is the offseason)

    Quote Originally Posted by 1100011CS View Post
    There's a spray (or powder, can't remember) you can buy that's supposed to 'discourage' dogs from entering an area. We tried it with our dog and our garden. It didn't work in our case but might be worth a shot.
    Yeah, I read about it. It is called liquid fence, or something similar which is supposed to mask smells. Not sure if it would actually work, and this hasn't been an ongoing problem yet. The psychology of it is interesting to me as people react very intensely to this issue. You'd think I was discussing bikes on the road or speeding cameras.



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    Re: Keeping Dogs off Propery (yes it is the offseason)

    Quote Originally Posted by cyinne View Post
    That's the thing- you don't have to! It's not nuclear waste- it's not going to kill anyone. It's part of the "deal" when you live in town. I have had dogs crap in my yard before, am I happy about it- hell no, but you know what- I deal with it like an adult and move on with my life. It's really not that hard! If you absolutely can't handle it- move to the country!

    some of the stuff in this link is a bit alarmist, but it has many of the reasons that I would be ****** off at people leaving their dogs' **** in my yard. Especially since the dog owners who are irresponsible about picking up after their pet are probably more likely to be less vigilant about things like regular worming. I don't know if Linden has young kids who play out in his yard or not, but I would not be thrilled about the prospect of my kids getting hookworms.

    http://dogtalk101.blogspot.com/2010/...-dog-poop.html



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    Re: Keeping Dogs off Property (yes it is the offseason)

    We have 2 dogs, we always have at least 3 bags on us and always pick up after them. We have lived in 5 different towns in the past 5 or so years (5 states) for that matter. I would say the best one so far in terms of neighbors respecting neighbors-poop issues, has been Madison, WI. They require sidewalks scooped within 24 hours of snow fall or a ticket, and I haven't found a turd in my yard yet (live on a corner lot).

    If you really want to discourage the dogs on your yard, put up a sign. I have seen them before, as a dog owner I always think that person with the sign is an a-hole and probably has 15-20 cats. But at least when I see a sign like that I just simply walk on the other side of the road.

    I agree stepping on a turd sucks, but I grew up on a farm, my brother and I would get in all out brawls in the middle of cleaning the barn so I have been in worse. Good luck with your issues, hope posting on here has restrained you from doing something you would regret :)


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    Re: Keeping Dogs off Property (yes it is the offseason)

    Quote Originally Posted by LindenCy View Post
    Yeah, I read about it. It is called liquid fence, or something similar which is supposed to mask smells. Not sure if it would actually work, and this hasn't been an ongoing problem yet. The psychology of it is interesting to me as people react very intensely to this issue. You'd think I was discussing bikes on the road or speeding cameras.

    Meh...is offseason...the people who get all worked up about Royce's sweat output or how some media person insulted our poor cyclones need something to get all worked up about. As I get older, I've gotten better at identifying the people I encounter who seem to be walking around looking for reasons to be unhappy....and then I try and eliminate them from my life.



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    Re: Keeping Dogs off Property (yes it is the offseason)

    I have a golden lab, and as some of you have stated, there is sometimes surprising amounts of feces in her (I always bring two bags with me, but there was one three bag walk).
    Anyway, I actually have a question about the bag of poop. The worst part isn't picking it up, it's having to carry it around. Would anyone here have a problem with the dog owner bagging up the mess and then going to the trashcan (assuming it's outside) to throw it away? I've never done this but it wouldn't bother me if someone used mine for this. Just wondering...



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    Re: Keeping Dogs off Property (yes it is the offseason)

    Quote Originally Posted by wolverine68 View Post
    I have a golden lab, and as some of you have stated, there is sometimes surprising amounts of feces in her (I always bring two bags with me, but there was one three bag walk).
    Anyway, I actually have a question about the bag of poop. The worst part isn't picking it up, it's having to carry it around. Would anyone here have a problem with the dog owner bagging up the mess and then going to the trashcan (assuming it's outside) to throw it away? I've never done this but it wouldn't bother me if someone used mine for this. Just wondering...
    If a dog owner threw that in my trash can I would most likely throw it back at the owner.



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    Re: Keeping Dogs off Property (yes it is the offseason)

    Quote Originally Posted by ISUKyro View Post
    If a dog owner threw that in my trash can I would most likely throw it back at the owner.
    Okay, that's what I suspected. Since I have a dog, it wouldn't bother me, but I figured it could bother others. That being said, it would be nice if there were more trash cans on bike trails.



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    Re: Keeping Dogs off Property (yes it is the offseason)

    I hear dogs really don't like it when the smell other dog's pee.

    You should try that.


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    Re: Keeping Dogs off Property (yes it is the offseason)

    get yourself some vapoo-rize. poop gone.





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    Re: Keeping Dogs off Property (yes it is the offseason)

    Quote Originally Posted by wolverine68 View Post
    I have a golden lab, and as some of you have stated, there is sometimes surprising amounts of feces in her (I always bring two bags with me, but there was one three bag walk).
    Anyway, I actually have a question about the bag of poop. The worst part isn't picking it up, it's having to carry it around. Would anyone here have a problem with the dog owner bagging up the mess and then going to the trashcan (assuming it's outside) to throw it away? I've never done this but it wouldn't bother me if someone used mine for this. Just wondering...
    Our normal route is down a street with schools on one side so there are three trash cans along the sidewalk before we get back into our neighborhood.

    We have been known to throw it in the next can in the neighborhood the night before trash day. It is out of your house, I am not rummaging through your stuff and you are not paying by the ounce. Get over yourself.

    I delivered newspaper' s in high school. I always laughed at the people that requested you not walk on their lawn. More power to you but it is your lawn not pebble beach.



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    Re: Keeping Dogs off Property (yes it is the offseason)

    Quote Originally Posted by wxman1 View Post
    Our normal route is down a street with schools on one side so there are three trash cans along the sidewalk before we get back into our neighborhood.

    We have been known to throw it in the next can in the neighborhood the night before trash day. It is out of your house, I am not rummaging through your stuff and you are not paying by the ounce. Get over yourself.

    I delivered newspaper' s in high school. I always laughed at the people that requested you not walk on their lawn. More power to you but it is your lawn not pebble beach.

    Maybe they knew how much dog poop was on their lawn and they were advising you not to walk on their lawn.




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    Re: Keeping Dogs off Propery (yes it is the offseason)

    Quote Originally Posted by cowgirl836 View Post
    some of the stuff in this link is a bit alarmist, but it has many of the reasons that I would be ****** off at people leaving their dogs' **** in my yard. Especially since the dog owners who are irresponsible about picking up after their pet are probably more likely to be less vigilant about things like regular worming. I don't know if Linden has young kids who play out in his yard or not, but I would not be thrilled about the prospect of my kids getting hookworms.

    http://dogtalk101.blogspot.com/2010/...-dog-poop.html
    Yeah, I would say that blog is 'going to the ends'! I understand that those things exist and it 'could' be a problem, but I don't remember a time where I read in the newspaper or saw on tv someone- adult or child- got sick from dog poo.

    All I am saying that if the OP is just worried about "a hazard we all face from time to time" (his words) there are probably 100 other things that he uses or does on a daily basis that is as or is more harmful to himself or his family than some poo in the yard "from time to time." Also I said in a previous post that- living in town you are prone to this happening "from time to time"- and the only way to 100% prevent it is living in the country.



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